After about three years as a young widow, Mary Lockhart
married William Harcourt
, who was a distinguished soldier and held a court position (though he was an inactive member of parliament). He succeeded his...
Family and Intimate relationships
died at St Leonard's Hill near Windsor after more than fifty years of marriage.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
In 1782 MH
bought a fairly new house and estate near Windsor. This house in the village of Clewer, named by William Harcourt St Leonard's Hill, remained their home for the...
wrote letters to her sister-in-law Elizabeth, Countess Harcourt
, mostly about her time with the armies (latterly the British army commanded by her husband
), fighting against the French in the Low Countries.
Neely, Matthew. “Catalogue of Papers of the Harcourt Family, 1638-1910”. Bodleian Library Online Catalogues of Archives and Manuscripts.
Harcourt, Edward William, editor. The Harcourt Papers.